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Very good, 2 LPs look vg+ or better in two quality sleeves (original), jacket as pictured. Warner Bros. Records - 2HS 3350, Stereo, 1979. Very light musty odor.
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2 x Vinyl LP, Album
US 1979

A1 Over & Over 4:35
A2 The Ledge 2:02
A3 Think About Me 2:44
A4 Save Me A Place 2:40
A5 Sara 6:26
B1 What Makes You Think You''re The One 3:28
B2 Storms 5:28
B3 That''s All For Everyone 3:04
B4 Not That Funny 3:19
B5 Sisters Of The Moon 4:36
C1 Angel 4:53
C2 That''s Enough For Me 1:48
C3 Brown Eyes 4:27
C4 Never Make Me Cry 2:14
C5 I Know I''m Not Wrong 2:59
D1 Honey Hi 2:43
D2 Beautiful Child 5:19
D3 Walk A Thin Line 3:44
D4 Tusk 3:36
D5 Never Forget 3:40

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iMike
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Tusk - Expanded and Remastered - At A Great Price!
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2016
Amazon seems to group reviews of the same product - even when they''re different formats - together so I''m going to clarify this is a review for the 2015 Expanded 3CD Remaster. Disc One - Tusk (2015 Remaster of Original Album) Tusk (1979), along with Rumours... See more
Amazon seems to group reviews of the same product - even when they''re different formats - together so I''m going to clarify this is a review for the 2015 Expanded 3CD Remaster.

Disc One - Tusk (2015 Remaster of Original Album)
Tusk (1979), along with Rumours (1977) and Fleetwood Mac (1975), was already remastered in 2004, but since Rumours received an updated deluxe remaster in 2013, it makes sense Tusk was given another go. Content wise there is nothing new on this disc - it''s the same original twenty album tracks that appeared on the 2004 remaster (and just like the 2004 remaster, it includes the 6:31 version of "Sara" instead of the Single Edit that appeared on the original LP). It does sound a bit more cleaned up than the 2004 remaster.

Disc Two - Singles, Outtakes, Sessions
The 2004 remaster also included a second disc that included demos, outtakes, singles, and other bonus material. I have to say, in this case, this bonus disc pales in comparison to the 2004 remaster. There are 22 tracks on this disc - including 6 versions of Lindsey Buckingham''s "I Know I''m Not Wrong" and 5 versions of the song "Tusk." I love demos and outtakes as much as the next fan, but do we need 11 takes on just two different songs? The 2004 included the nearly 9 minute demo version of "Sara," often referred to as the "cleaning lady version;" this package includes the "single edit."

Disc Three - The Alternate Tusk
In my opinion this is the best part of this package. The third disc is called The Alternate Tusk, and it is the entire album in the same sequence with completed alternate versions of each song. It''s a whole new listening experience. Standouts here include Stevie Nicks'' song "Angel," which is vastly different than what went on the original release. Another gem is Christine McVie''s "Brown Eyes." Not only is there an entirely different vocal (that was obviously chopped out of the original album cut, Peter Green played guitar on the track as well. Again, these are not demos ... these are completed tracks.

The booklet is 23 pages. In includes an introduction to the album called "The Elephant In The Room: The Background of Tusk," full album lyrics, commentary by Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks, and Lindsey Buckingham, and many pictures throughout the package.

**** You can also purchase the Deluxe Remaster, which includes the three discs described above, two CDs of live music from the Tusk Tour, a DVD audio of the remastered album in 5.1 sound, and two remastered LPs.
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Thomas Moody
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The heralding of Lindsey Buckingham as a musical icon
Reviewed in the United States on December 16, 2017
This work is another brilliant example of an artist not accepting the status quo and proving that depth or experimentation in lyricism and musicianship makes for greatness. Released two years following their dramatic commercial breakthrough with “Rumors,” Fleetwood Mac,... See more
This work is another brilliant example of an artist not accepting the status quo and proving that depth or experimentation in lyricism and musicianship makes for greatness. Released two years following their dramatic commercial breakthrough with “Rumors,” Fleetwood Mac, with Lindsey Buckingham now firmly at the helm, offered up this two-record sequel that most critics viewed as a major disappointment. But, today, if listened to carefully and with a discerning ear, we essentially hear the first Lindsey Buckingham solo album and his emerging genius. His breakthrough as a master songwriter, with so much of this album being a unique departure from anything Fleetwood Mac had done before, requires a keen ear and an open mind to truly appreciate what is being presented during the time it was being presented.

The hits, of course, were classic Mac (the title track, Sara, Think About Me and Sisters of the Moon) although the critics hammered the overwhelming “new wave” feel that Buckingham brought and the volume of these tracks which made the work an exceedingly expensive double album (over $15.00 at the time). With perspective now though, most of these songs, Buckingham and the others, are simply wonderful and form the basis for the group’s future success.

I believe that the true art in the Buckingham songs really just needed time…my feeling has always been that he was avant-garde way ahead of the norm and these songs (The Ledge, Save Me A Place, What Makes You Think You’re The One, That’s All For Everyone, Not That Funny, I Know I’m Not Wrong and Walk A Thin Line) were just too far ahead of the audience at that time. I’d challenge all fans to listen now and realize the masterful lyrics and musicianship (he played all the instruments on these cuts).

Not to discern the other tracks, Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie’s contributions are also genius. I’d again challenge any Mac fan to find more beauty than Over & Over and Never Forget (McVie) or the ethereal Storms or Beautiful Child (Nicks). When listened to integrated with the hits and the Buckingham tunes, one realizes what a magnificent album this really is and what a groundbreaking work this came to be.

Taking a huge risk while suffering a financial blow, Lindsey Buckingham and to a lesser extent, the balance of the band is to be admired for a very courageous move. What they suffered in 1979, I believe they are reaping now with history extolling “Tusk” as a genius work. You might want to take a fresh listen and I’ll wager that you agree.
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Michael Lee
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Perfect Tusk
Reviewed in the United States on March 8, 2016
I just got this an hour or two ago, so I may have to come back and give it 5 and a half stars. On the downside, this is a very pricey collection ($100+). Perhaps there will be a more economical release in the future that just includes the CDs/DVDs. On... See more
I just got this an hour or two ago, so I may have to come back and give it 5 and a half stars.

On the downside, this is a very pricey collection ($100+). Perhaps there will be a more economical release in the future that just includes the CDs/DVDs.

On the upside:
* The packaging and new booklets are beautiful and the price is justified by the materials. Great collector''s item.
* The DVD gets short shrift in the official description, but is of much interest to audiophiles. It has the album played straight in 96/24 stereo but also includes a 5.1 DTS 96/24 surround mix that is glorious. The surround mix will annoy purists. It is, as they say, aggressive. Like the six-channel release of Rumours several years ago, it''s not afraid to change things up, but even more so. Way more so. Personally, I mostly love it. There are different vocal and percussion tracks and it''s pure ear candy: it fills the room and people casually listening really liked it. Go, Ken Callait!
* The extras disc includes all the tracks from a promo LP from the Tusk era. I lost possession of that LP because I didn''t have seniority, and have only had a cassette of it all these years. It includes a killer rocking Sisters of the Moon, and sounds great.
* The live discs are very good, similar to the Live album recorded at about this same time.

I haven''t yet listened to the Alternate version of the album or the remastered album. I''m sure they''re just fine.
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Nick C Sorbin
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This album just did not hit me like Rumours did
Reviewed in the United States on March 14, 2017
I have been a huge fan of the Mac since I first heard their Rumours album in 1977. That album was a huge success for the band, and as such, an impossible one to follow up. If you don''t know the story behind making the Rumours album, it was quite an accomplishment for a band... See more
I have been a huge fan of the Mac since I first heard their Rumours album in 1977. That album was a huge success for the band, and as such, an impossible one to follow up. If you don''t know the story behind making the Rumours album, it was quite an accomplishment for a band that was in such emotional turmoil at the time.

Coming off the success of Rumours, the band was led by Lindsey Buckingham to approach their next project much differently. With the punk movement happening, Buckingham felt they really needed to change their game in order to stay relevant, and was really adamant the next project should not be a Rumours II. That next project became the lavishly packaged, 20 track, double LP Tusk.

I, as many others at the time, was initially regretful of my purchase. This album just did not hit me like Rumours did. It was a little bit of a departure from the music I had heard from this band just two years prior, and it did take a while to grow on me. And, over time, I have become to like Tusk every bit as much as Rumours. It could only be sweetened by a proper re-issue with bonus material.

At the end of 2015, deluxe editions of Tusk were, indeed, released with bonus material: a 5 disc set, which also included a vinyl copy, and a 3 disc set. I just went for the 3 disc edition as I found a good price for it. While there was a 2004 reissue with extra material, this 3 disc set is quite a bit different. The first disc is the original album remastered. The second disc contains some radio edits, roughs, and outtakes. The interesting part of this second disc is two particular songs ("Tusk" and "I Know I''m Not Wrong") that are presented over several takes, revealing the progression up to what the tracks ultimately became. I enjoy hearing early takes, and was quite impressed with the inclusion of this material.

However, the third disc is what really prompted me to write about this set. The third disc contains alternate versions of every song, and in the same running order as the original album. It is titled as the "The Alternate Tusk," and I absolutely love this disc. It''s like a whole new experience with this album. There aren''t any major changes in the song structures, but the different instrumentation, different vocals, or different feel is so enjoyable. In a few songs, I do like the alternates somewhat better, but I love listening to both the original and alternate Tusk discs.

Three particular standout alternate tracks are: Stevie Nicks'' "Storms," Lindsey Buckingham''s "Walk A Thin Line," and Christine McVie''s "Brown Eyes." Stevie''s "Storms" feels so much more emotional, if that''s even possible for this melancholic song. Lindsey''s guitar accompaniment on the alternate "Walk A Thin Line" totally changes the feel of this song. And Christine''s alternate version of "Brown Eyes" is probably the most different from original release, and even includes session guitar from legendary Fleetwood Mac founder, Peter Green.

I''ve enjoyed hearing outtakes and alternate tracks in the reissues of past albums by other artists over the years, but those ''bonus'' discs, or added tracks, usually don''t get much play. However, this particular ''bonus'' disc presented as a whole alternate album is fantastic, and I have been listening to it quite regularly. It really got me thinking it would be so cool to hear other classic albums in this way. If you like Fleetwood Mac, I encourage you to check out the expanded edition of Tusk.

I certainly do hope to see the Mac before they finally call it quits, especially since they got Christine McVie back from retirement. Still waiting on that next new album...
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jg
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It''s almost like three solo albums.
Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2021
When Tusk came out I was still so high on Fleetwood Mac and Rumours that they could have recorded Lindsey Buckingham banging a tin can and I would have thought "Brilliant!". (Now, decades later I wonder if in fact he did use a tin can on a couple of his songs). His... See more
When Tusk came out I was still so high on Fleetwood Mac and Rumours that they could have recorded Lindsey Buckingham banging a tin can and I would have thought "Brilliant!". (Now, decades later I wonder if in fact he did use a tin can on a couple of his songs). His contributions are always interesting but somewhat odd. Which brings me to my problem with the whole album...the Buckingham songs are clearly his. and Stevie Nicks'' are obviously hers, and Christine McVie''s are hers.
This had to have been a conscious effort when they made this to have them contribute their own songs, sing them and then use the other band members almost like session musicians. Though you can hear distinct contributors on Rumours, on Tusk it''s to an extreme. And I don''t think it works very well.
Each could have added a couple more songs and had enough material for solo albums. Every listener has their favorites I''m sure and for the most part Nicks'' and Buckingham''s songs work (can''t say the same for Christine McVie) but the tonal shifts are so jarring it''s distracting. You have one heartfelt, moody song from Nicks and then some (tin can banging) upbeat oddity from Buckingham, then a McVie ballad.
I still listen to this album to this day as it was part of my college years and I love a lot of it, but it is a huge drop off from the first two Mac-2 records.
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Jens Jensen
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Fleetwood Mac''s best work
Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2018
I admit I never listened to this album much when it first came out, but I decided to get it again after many years. It has grown on me quite a lot. Unlike many albums of the late 1960s and early ''70s, this one holds up very well. It has some of the signature Mac sounds, but... See more
I admit I never listened to this album much when it first came out, but I decided to get it again after many years. It has grown on me quite a lot. Unlike many albums of the late 1960s and early ''70s, this one holds up very well. It has some of the signature Mac sounds, but goes further with several more adventurous songs and sounds. I generally don''t listen to much older music, especially from the 1070s, with the exception of the Grateful Dead, and that mostly from my favorite era--the post-"Terrapin Station," late ''70s.

Having listened to most of their music over the years, I''d have to say that "Tusk" is Fleetwood Mac''s best work.
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Heloduck
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Horrible Quality Control -- Defective Discs
Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2018
I purchased the Super Deluxe solely for the live set. Since I only wanted the live set, I waited three years for a lower price. I already have the Japanese three SHM-CD set of the other three CDs. Let''s no debate the merit of SHM-CDs. My point is that I only bought the... See more
I purchased the Super Deluxe solely for the live set. Since I only wanted the live set, I waited three years for a lower price. I already have the Japanese three SHM-CD set of the other three CDs. Let''s no debate the merit of SHM-CDs. My point is that I only bought the U.S. Super Deluxe for the two live CDs (although quality control on Japanese SHM CDs has always been superior in my experience.) Unfortunately, the two live CDs are not available in SHM and although I have a turntable, I didn''t buy it for the vinyl. Both live CDs, skip and hang up when I try and rip them (two different computers, four different drives). I returned the first set to Amazon, and the problem persists, although on different tracks, in the second set. My solution was to copy the CDs and then rip the copies, That worked, although Roxio wouldn''t even the second live CD. Fortunately, I also have Nero, which, although it was a very slow process, it would rip the second CD. So I ripped the CD-Rs. Not the optimum solution because a CD-R is not going to be a "perfect:" copy. There will be bits lost in the process that your system will correct for.

So, why didn''t I return the second one? Well, there''s no indication that a third would be better and too many returns on Amazon will get you banned as a customer, so, I''ll live with the ripped CD-Rs. But for $79.00, I expected better.
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Parabolic
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An Amazing Experience
Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2016
Tusk is more than an album. It''s an experience. Much has been said and written about the significance of the record and how it could only have been made after the phenomenon that was Rumours. For me personally it was an eye opener as to what popular music as an... See more
Tusk is more than an album. It''s an experience. Much has been said and written about the significance of the record and how it could only have been made after the phenomenon that was Rumours.

For me personally it was an eye opener as to what popular music as an art form can be. The amazing photography and design coupled with the bold sounds of a band that had recently achieved a new level of confidence make for an unforgettable experience.

This deluxe edition recaptures the original magic from 1979 and adds a little bit more for those of us who maintain a special place in our hearts for this remarkable group of musicians.
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Brian G
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Loose yourself in the magic of Fleetwood Mac.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 9, 2021
How on earth can a band create another album after the monumental global success of Rumours? Well folks, first off they throw not one,but two left field curved balls that then become two right field curved balls. I mention this because back when it was first released, it...See more
How on earth can a band create another album after the monumental global success of Rumours? Well folks, first off they throw not one,but two left field curved balls that then become two right field curved balls. I mention this because back when it was first released, it cost a small fortune to produce and record a double vinyl release. Never afraid to do things "large ", Fleetwood Mac created this behemoth of a release. It was the polar opposite to what the music industry and the so called music critics expected. To say that Tusk was a bold and brave release, would be an understatement. When I first heard the title track Tusk it was on a pirate radio station. The very next day I went out and bought the double vinyl. I knew that Tusk would be completely different from Rumours. As such, I ignored all of the music critics of the day. Ofcourse everyone is entitled to their opinion, be it good, bad or indifferent. What many failed to realise the sheer amount of complexity on this album. There are so many different styles of music here,that would make your head spin. What Fleetwood Mac achieved with this album was to show you that their musical horizons were infinitesimal. When I say "styles of music ",what I am trying to articulate is that they are all unique to Fleetwood Mac. All 3 cds have been beautifully remastered, so you need have no fear as to the quality of the sound quality. CD 2 shows how many of the songs were created. When you get to CD 3 the alternate version, it will be immediately enthralled.
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yellowbug999
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Woefully under rated
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 2, 2021
So it only sold 4 million copies and was branded a disappointment by the record company. I found Tusk a world away from Rumours back in 1979 when it came out, but it has so many twists and turns it always kept me interested and I grew to love it immensely. Stevie Nicks and...See more
So it only sold 4 million copies and was branded a disappointment by the record company. I found Tusk a world away from Rumours back in 1979 when it came out, but it has so many twists and turns it always kept me interested and I grew to love it immensely. Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie were both at a songwriting peak and their songs on this album are truly awesome, although Stevie''s Storms and Sisters of the Moon are real highlights. Buckingham''s ''made at home'' demo-style songs that sound like cardboard boxes were used instead of drums and rubber bands instead of guitars are really strong too. The 3 CD deluxe version has an ''alternative Tusk'' disc with different version of each song including the 9 minute Sara (edited down from 16 mons apparently). Wonderful stuff!
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a nonymous
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COPY PROTECTED!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 27, 2016
Two disc 2004 re issue is copy protected ( like a lot of Warners cd''s from this era ) and will not rip properly!.....I like this album but I would like it more if I could add it to my itunes library!
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Kelland H.
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Brilliant
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 16, 2012
I first heard Tusk about 30 years ago (can that be true???!!) when after listening once I could find nothing in it. But experience over those many years taught me that what has instant appeal doesn''t always last, whereas music that doesn''t at first grab the attention can be...See more
I first heard Tusk about 30 years ago (can that be true???!!) when after listening once I could find nothing in it. But experience over those many years taught me that what has instant appeal doesn''t always last, whereas music that doesn''t at first grab the attention can be found to have a depth and quality that needs to be looked for. Good example for me was Hooty and the Blowfish and even extends to classical music. In my 20s I certainly found nothing in Rachmaninov''s piano concertos on first listening but - WOWW!!!Thanks to the reviews of Amazon I was prompted to by Tusk and try again, especially as I love all other Fleetwood Mac CDs. Again, at first listening I was disappointed. But I expected that, so I listened again, then a third time. By the fifth playing I was totally hooked and since I received it I''ve played Tusk at least twice each day. The depth of the music is amazing and the haunting rythms with Nick''s great drumming (on a shoe box in some cases!) revolve inside my head, so much so that I really think I like Tusk even more than Rumours or Tango in the Night. No question in my mind - buy it and listen. You''ll not regret it.
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Listen several times before judging this
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 20, 2012
Firsly make sure you buy the remastered full version. I for some reason had never got around to listening to this album in full, maybe I discounted it due to the mention of it being too experimental and reports that it sounded nothing like their other excellent work. I had...See more
Firsly make sure you buy the remastered full version. I for some reason had never got around to listening to this album in full, maybe I discounted it due to the mention of it being too experimental and reports that it sounded nothing like their other excellent work. I had previously only heard what are probably the most well known tracks, Sara and Tusk. After the first listen I found a few of the tracks decent enough but was not blown away, however after a few more listens (the whole album through headphones) I can say that the album is absolutely stunning. It is full of excellent invention and emotion ( haunting as the cover sticker describes well). The production, ideas and playing by Buckingham (who is the clear driving force)really are all top drawer, Stevie Nicks voice is the best it''s ever been and the whole band sound excellent throughout. It is certainly not Rumours (of course also brilliant but in a different way) and is not full of radio friendly instantly likeable chart hits, however in my opinion many of the tracks are superior. Real music fans that seek out the talent thats sadly lacking in todays music world should learn to love this. Just give it a proper chance.
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